Life expectancy assumptions could fall by six months if CMI proposals adopted

LCP analysis looks at 2022 mortality response in latest CMI proposals

Jasmine Urquhart
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Life expectancy assumptions could fall by six months if CMI proposals adopted

Life expectancy assumptions at the age of 65 could fall by six months if latest Continuous Mortality Investigation (CMI) proposals are adopted, Lane Clark & Peacock (LCP) says.

The CMI, which has launched its latest consultation on how it calculates mortality data, said mortality in 2022 could be indicative of life expectancy in years to come. It said that for the past...

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